Democracy Vs Dictatorship

Posted by Syed Nayyar Uddin on December 28, 2016 in My Views, Pakistan, Politics, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah |

I think there is no issue at all of democracy or dictatorship, yes no issue, if there is a GENUINE rule of law, which instils fear of law in the hearts and minds of everyone, from top to the bottom.
In this regard, we don’t need to give examples of very old cases.
Just remember that when Quaid-e-Azam was sick and resting in Ziarat, he was very impressed with the caring and nursing of a nurse. So, he asked can he do anything for her. The nurse requested for her transfer to her native place in Punjab, upon which father and founder of the nation told her that this decision, was not in his powers.
Rule of law should be implemented to the core of every matter, irrespective of the status of the person, as enshrined in Islam, as well.
So, I will advise all the intellectuals not to waste their time on the pros and cons of the democracy or the dictatorship, but think on the subject how to devise laws for even more stringent punishments for the poor, on the minutest of the crimes; and how to even MORE protect the rich with amnesties and plea bargains, for the future growth and development of Pakistan, which now means land for rich and the powerful.
Long live the rich and powerful in Pakistan.
Don’t forget that in this democracy, about 30 kids have died in Thar-Parker during the current month of December 2016; and not a soul has moved in the government circles, because the death of kids in these months, are a NORMAL.
We should stop thinking that democracy or dictatorship is only good, till such time it pays for the rich and powerful to get their treatment abroad.
Enough is enough for teeming millions of Pakistan.
No political party including the PTI succeeded in changing the destiny of the poorest of the poor in their respective provinces.
Yes, the federal government has succeeded in substantially reducing the number of poor persons in Pakistan by changing the formula of calculating the poverty status from $2 per day income (which showed that the number of poor in Pakistan were about 12 crore) to $1 per day income. And thus, very callously announcing their success that now in Pakistan, there were only about 5 crore poor living in this land of rich and powerful.
Great achievement, any way.
Our poor don’t know democracy is better than dictatorship or not, but for sure, they know that DEMOCRACY IS THE BEST REVENGE.

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